A thrilling, action-packed Belgian Grand Prix saw Daniel Riccardo storm to the third win of his F1 career and Red Bull Racing’s 50th.
The Aussie has retained third in the drivers’ championship, while Nico Rosberg extended his lead in the standings with second place. Lewis Hamilton is now 29 points behind his team-mate after retiring with car damage.
Let’s take a look at the good and bad from last weekend’s race at Spa-Francorchamps.
He put in a strong drive from fifth on the grid to secure win number three of his F1 career. Ricciardo made his two-stop strategy work well and did just enough to hold on to the top spot in the closing stages, finishing 3.3 seconds...
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